2020 A year in review

  • Groceries for 2,400 families given away, April 11: Cars lined up along Houston Street, State Highway 19 and Main Street, as Bob Evans Farm held a free grocery drive-thru for families in need Friday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. File photo by Todd Kleiboer
    Groceries for 2,400 families given away, April 11: Cars lined up along Houston Street, State Highway 19 and Main Street, as Bob Evans Farm held a free grocery drive-thru for families in need Friday at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. File photo by Todd Kleiboer
  • Christmas Parade, Dec. 9: Last year’s annual Lighted Christmas Parade, hosted by the Sulphur Springs Lions Club, was a little different as cars drove past stationary floats in a “drive-thru style.” Above, Santa Claus himself waves to the cars passing by. File photo by Todd Kleiboer
    Christmas Parade, Dec. 9: Last year’s annual Lighted Christmas Parade, hosted by the Sulphur Springs Lions Club, was a little different as cars drove past stationary floats in a “drive-thru style.” Above, Santa Claus himself waves to the cars passing by. File photo by Todd Kleiboer
Ask anyone - 2020 was definitely an unforgettable year, filled with ups and (well, mostly) downs. Here are just some of those events that made headlines in the Sulphur Springs News-Telegram last year: JANUARY • Jan. 23 MLK social justice awards, special recognition celebration held The 30th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and social justice awards presentations brought in…

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